Social Media Call for An Appointment with The Wicker Man

Social media users are invited to take pictures and film footage of the National Theatre of Scotland’s production of An Appointment With The Wicker Man on Friday 17th February at 1145am for a 12pm start at the Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling.

This is an exclusive opportunity to photograph and film two scenes from the production and to meet the famous Loch Parry Players. The cast and creative team will also be available for interviews.

Based on the cult film, An Appointment With The Wicker Man is co-written by Greg Hemphill and Donald McLeary and directed by Vicky Featherstone.

The cast includes Greg Hemphill and Paul Riley who worked together on Chewin’ The Fat and the spin off Still Game. They are joined on stage by Sean Biggerstaff who played Oliver Wood in the Harry Potter films.

The full cast is Sean Biggerstaff, Jimmy Chisholm, Greg Hemphill, Johnny McKnight, Sally Reid, Paul Riley and Rosalind Sydney.

Places are limited so if you would like to attend please register in advance by emailing andrew.neilson@nationaltheatrescotland.com

The first twenty people to register will be given a free ticket to see the whole show on Friday 17th February at 7.30pm.

In the meantime why not tweet about production using the hashtag #wickerman or find out what happens at a social media call.

The National Theatre of Scotland’s production of An Appointment With The Wicker Man is supported by Bank of Scotland and tours to His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen from 21-25 Feb, Theatre Royal, Glasgow 28 Feb-3 March, Eden Court, Inverness 6-10 March and The Alhambra, Dunfermline 21-24 March. More information at www.nationaltheatrescotland.com

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